Friday, 17th January, 2014 ,10:00–16:00, International Centre for Sports History and Culture, De Montfort University, Clephan Building, LT 3.03
Keynote: Dr Charles Little
Re-Examining the Place of Working Class Women within Sports History: Examples from Early-Twentieth Century Australia
- Nicola Stead Women’s Boxing History – A Survey
- Matthew Klugman ‘Pants Full of Bone’: Revisiting the Erotics of Watching Men Play Sport
- Stacey Pope Female Fans’ Experiences of Rugby Union’s Amateur Era
- Jessica Richards Finessing Fandom: How Female Fans Map Their Match Day Experience
Faculty Lecture for Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers:
Dr Ian Lyne: Associate Director of Programmes at the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Dr Lyne will lead a postgraduate training session focussed on contemporary issues in academia, career development and adapting to an academic career beyond postgraduate study.
Lunch provided. To book a free place email firstname.lastname@example.org before Jan 6th 2014.
Symposium sponsored by the British Society of Sports History.